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of this is the tropical cyclone, more commonly known in the united states as the hurricane. dr. kerry emanuel has spent much of his career trying to understand these lethal storms and the larger role they might play in regulating climate. there's something rather unexpected that's turned up from research -- that hurricanes may have a profound effect on the climate. narrator: both of these studies offer us deeper insight into the complicated, ever-changing, active system that is the outermost layer of our planet -- the atmosphere. all around the world, scientists from the national oceanic & atmospheric administration, commonly known as noaa, are monitoring trace gases in the atmosphere. one of their findings is that carbon dioxide is increasing due to the burning of fossil fuels on earth -- an increase that could have significant effects on the climate. for lead investigator pieter tans, the idea that our behavior could have any influence on the planet came as a surprise. dr. tans: i ran into a little book, and it was called "inadvertent climate modification." this was in 1972. my first reaction was, "t
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with andrea. >>> also, dr. zeke emanuel and emily senay will break down the latest medical headlines including a surprising new study on fish oil supplements. >> i take fish oil. >> do you really? >> yes. >> for what? >> it's supposed to be good for you. we're going to find out it's not? >> says who? it's not working. >>> also from "the last word," lawrence o'donnell and academy award-winning actress melissa leo will be here on set. >>> up next, mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." >>> first, meteorologist todd santos in this week for bill with a look at the forecast. >> also stocked up on fish oil myself. now i'm feeling left out. want to talk a little bit about the situation for today. many of us, you step outside, another gorgeous day for you. new york city, boston, back towards buffalo. 55 right now up there. 60 in new york city. central park, 58. philly, beautiful day out there. there's a look at the satellite/radar composite. you see a few of those thin, gray specks through central pa. that's actually just a little bit of low cloud cover. but for the most part, you
york city deputy mayor howard wolfson, dr. zeke emanuel, joel stein and margaret carlson. "andrea mitchell reports" is next. good afternoon to you, andrea. live in charlotte. andrea, good afternoon to you. i hope it's not too warm in charlotte. >>> michelle obama prepares for her big speech tonight. joining us today, obama campaign senior advisor, robert gibbs. senator richard durbin. congressman javier bacera and human rights campaign president, chad griffin. and we get the romney campaign's response from andrea saul. "andrea mitchell reports" coming up next. [ man ] nice! [ male announcer ] isn't always the one you plan to take. whoa, check it out. hey baby goat... no that's not yours... [ hikers whispering ] ...that's not yours. [ goat bleats ] na, na, na -- no! [ male announcer ] now you can take a photo right from video, so you'll never miss the perfect shot. [ hikers laughing, commenting ] at&t introduces the htc one x. now $99.99. rethink possible. exclusive to the military, and commitment is not limited to one's military oath. the same set of values that drive our nation's
second panelist is someone who is quite familiar to people in our audience, dr. zeke emanuel, a senior fellow as well as a vice provost for global initiatives at the university of pennsylvania. until january 2011 he served as a special advisor to the direct your the office of management and budget as well as the national economic council, one of the authors of the affordable care act and ask for a delivery performance. so welcome to both of you might actually like to start with seeing what she thought of the governor speech. >> you know, what resonated for me in the governor speech was really talking about the new reality, talking about the new reality, talking about the reasons that's possible. my viewpoint today of the believer and help i.t. as a think about tomorrow in the future of health care, it's really hard to imagine a publishing some of the things the governor mentioned in a paper-based system. in my own practice i've seen a lot of benefits of improved efficiencies, learning, vicious so many benefits to technology but have yet to be explored in health care and really need to
who is probably quite familiar to most people in our c.a.p. audience, dr. ezekiel emanuel who is a senior fellow here at c.a.p. as well as the vice provost for global initiatives at the university of pennsylvania until january 2011 he served as a special adviser to the director of the office of management and budget as well as the national economic council, um, one of the authors of the affordable care act and an expert on payment and delivery system reforms. so welcome to both of you. and i'd actually like to start with seeing what your thoughts were about the governor's speech. >> go ahead. [laughter] >> you know, what resonated for me the most was really the talking about the new reality. talking about the new reality, talking about reaching for what's possible. um, you know, my viewpoint today is as a physician, as a believer in health i.t., and as we think about tomorrow, as we think about the future of health care, it's really hard to imagine accomplishing some of the things the governor mentioned in a paper-based system. you know, in my own practice i've seen a lot of t
familiar to most people in our audience, dr. ezekiel emanuel, who is a senior fellow here at cap as well as the vice program for global initiatives at the university of pennsylvania. until january 2011, he served as special advisor to the direct your of the office of management budget as well as the economic council, one of the authors of the affordable care act and an expert on delivery forms. welcome to both of you. i would like to start with a scene which a scene which her thoughts were in governor's speech. >> were designated for me the most was really talking about the new reality, talking about the new reality, talking about reaching for what is possible. my viewpoint today is as a believer in health i.t. as a think about tomorrow if it's really hard to imagine some of the things the governor mentioned in a paper-based system. in my own practice they see a lot of the benefits of patient engagement, learning, dishes so many benefits i think to technology that they have to be explored and health care and really need to work within the framework of medicine. so it's not paradox and i
to the critical level. our second panelist should be familiar to most people, dr. ezekiel emanuel, a senior fellow here at cap and the viceo provost for global initiatives at the university of pennsylvania. he served as a special adviser of the director of the office management and budget as well as the national economic council. one of the author of the affordable care act. welcome to both of you. i would like to start with your thoughts about the governor's speech direct -- speech. >> what was needed for me the most was talking about the new reality. -- what resonated for me was talking about the new reality. my viewpoint as a physician and health it, as we think about tomorrow and the future of health care, it is hard to imagine it accomplishing some of the things that governor mentioned in a paper base system. i've seen a lot and benefits learning, so many benefits to technology that have yet to be explored in health care. and really need to work within the framework of medicine to rid the are still at that paradox, as he mentioned. the future is very bright. >> the oregon experiment is one of
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